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Old May 15th, 2017, 04:51 PM   #81
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The Wheatsheaf, Woolsington

2017/0674/01/ADV | Display of 1 x double sided totem sign, 2 x externally illuminated fascia signs, 4 x non illuminated fascia signs, 7 x free standing pole mounted signs (1 externally illuminated), 2 non illuminated entrance signs | The Wheatsheaf Callerton Lane Ends Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DF
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Application Received Wed 10 May 2017
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Address The Wheatsheaf Callerton Lane Ends Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DF
Proposal Display of 1 x double sided totem sign, 2 x externally illuminated fascia signs, 4 x non illuminated fascia signs, 7 x free standing pole mounted signs (1 externally illuminated), 2 non illuminated entrance signs
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2016/1534/01/LBC | Listed Building Application: Partial demolition of fire damaged central chimney stacks and section of internal cross-wall, installation of lift shaft, lift, redesigned chimney flues/service risers, hotel shaft and storerooms. | Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
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Application Received Fri 23 Sep 2016
Application Validated Fri 07 Oct 2016
Address Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
Proposal Listed Building Application: Partial demolition of fire damaged central chimney stacks and section of internal cross-wall, installation of lift shaft, lift, redesigned chimney flues/service risers, hotel shaft and storerooms.
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Old May 30th, 2017, 06:09 PM   #83
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Fresh Planning Application as:

2017/0738/01/LBC | Listed building application: Demolition of remaining fire damaged chimney breasts from ground floor to basement, demolition of internal spine walls and cross walls to basement, ground and first floor, installation of lift shaft and rebuilding of chimney breasts and insertion of fireplaces to ground floor | Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
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Application Received Sat 06 May 2017
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Address Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
Proposal Listed building application: Demolition of remaining fire damaged chimney breasts from ground floor to basement, demolition of internal spine walls and cross walls to basement, ground and first floor, installation of lift shaft and rebuilding of chimney breasts and insertion of fireplaces to ground floor
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Old June 12th, 2017, 05:58 PM   #84
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Land South Of Front Street West Of Dinnington Village

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This is a proposed development from Persimmon Homes and is to be called The Crest Dinnington.

2016/0956/01/DET | Erection of 200 residential dwellings (Use Class C3) with associated vehicular and pedestrian accesses, landscaping and engineering works | Land South Of Front Street West Of Dinnington Village Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne
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Address Land South Of Front Street West Of Dinnington Village Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne
Proposal Erection of 200 residential dwellings (Use Class C3) with associated vehicular and pedestrian accesses, landscaping and engineering works
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City Planner are recommending a grant on this proposal in advance of the Planning Committee meeting of 2nd February 2017.

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Old June 22nd, 2017, 04:25 PM   #85
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Cowells Garden Centre

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2017/0325/01/LDC | Lawful Development Certificate for existing use as retail (Class A1) | Cowells Garden Centre Main Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8BW
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Application Received Mon 27 Feb 2017
Application Validated Tue 07 Mar 2017
Address Cowells Garden Centre Main Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8BW
Proposal Lawful Development Certificate for existing use as retail (Class A1)
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https://publicaccessapplications.new...=OM1J7BBSGR000

Appears that the Garden Centre has traded as a shop for over 10 years without planning permission and are now applying for a grant.

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Old July 11th, 2017, 06:07 PM   #86
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The Wheatsheaf, Woolsington

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2017/0674/01/ADV | Display of 1 x double sided totem sign, 2 x externally illuminated fascia signs, 4 x non illuminated fascia signs, 7 x free standing pole mounted signs (1 externally illuminated), 2 non illuminated entrance signs | The Wheatsheaf Callerton Lane Ends Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DF
Reference 2017/0674/01/ADV
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Application Received Wed 10 May 2017
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Address The Wheatsheaf Callerton Lane Ends Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DF
Proposal Display of 1 x double sided totem sign, 2 x externally illuminated fascia signs, 4 x non illuminated fascia signs, 7 x free standing pole mounted signs (1 externally illuminated), 2 non illuminated entrance signs
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https://publicaccessapplications.new...=OPQPNXBSIFZ00
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Decision Issued Date Tue 11 Jul 2017
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Old August 7th, 2017, 05:49 PM   #87
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Fresh Planning Application as:

2017/0738/01/LBC | Listed building application: Demolition of remaining fire damaged chimney breasts from ground floor to basement, demolition of internal spine walls and cross walls to basement, ground and first floor, installation of lift shaft and rebuilding of chimney breasts and insertion of fireplaces to ground floor | Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
Reference 2017/0738/01/LBC
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Application Received Sat 06 May 2017
Application Validated Tue 30 May 2017
Address Woolsington Hall Woolsington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8DQ
Proposal Listed building application: Demolition of remaining fire damaged chimney breasts from ground floor to basement, demolition of internal spine walls and cross walls to basement, ground and first floor, installation of lift shaft and rebuilding of chimney breasts and insertion of fireplaces to ground floor
Status Registered
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=OPIOPMBSICJ00

Status Decided
Decision Grant Conditionally
Decision Issued Date Mon 07 Aug 2017


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Old August 11th, 2017, 02:12 PM   #88
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Plans to demolish last fire-damaged parts of Woolsington Hall approved

From Today's Chronicle Live, copyright NCJMedia Ltd @ http://www.chroniclelive.co.uk/news/...maged-13462228
Plans to demolish last fire-damaged parts of Woolsington Hall approved
By Katie Dickinson 11 August 2017


The extent of some of the fire damage at Grade II listed Woolsington Hall (Image: image taken from application on Newcastle City Council planning portal)

Plans to demolish the last fire-damaged parts of historic Woolsington Hall have been given the green light by planners.

The move is the final stage of restoration work to be carried on the Grade-II listed building after a blaze tore it in December 2015. It means Cameron Hall Developments, the owners of the former 17th-century Jacobean hunting lodge, can start with plans to convert Woolsington Hall into a five star hotel, complete with golf course, spa and banqueting venue.

A fire raged through the hall in December last year, months after permission had been granted for the multi-million pound proposal. Now Newcastle City Council planning officers have approved proposals to dismantle and reconstruct the fire damaged chimney breasts at ground floor and basement levels, together with the dismantling and reconstruction of the existing historic stone fire surrounds which have been uncovered as a result of the fire.

Paul Mackings, chief executive of Cameron Hall Developments, said: “This is a massive step forward for the development and we’re delighted to be over the final hurdle. This allows us to start the re-build and we hope to start on site soon, with the building work taking around 10 months. It has taken longer than we had hoped because of the building’s listed status. Some things we’ve been able to save but others we’ve had to demolish because of health and safety considerations. But the most important historical part of the building is the facade and we still have that.”

A petition set up by campaign group Save Newcastle Wildlife, demanding the plans be shelved, has attracted more than 11,000 signatures. Commenting on the latest application, Rachel Locke, from the group, said: “The main argument the applicant used in getting the original application approved was that the benefits of restoring the hall would outweigh the harm of residential development within the woodland, which is part of the heritage asset. The real harm of the enabling development was discounted because the parkland was not considered as valuable as the hall itself. “That officers are willing to approve yet more damage to the hall is a clear indication that the enabling development, which would see the unnecessary destruction of one of the city’s largest areas of mature woodland - and further harm to the wider heritage asset - should no longer be permitted. Newcastle City Council needs to go back to the drawing board before making any more decisions on how this scheme should proceed.”

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Dinnington First School And Land To South Of 42 Cochrane Terrace Dinnington

2017/1478/01/DET | Demolition of existing school and provision of new school with all associated works including landscaping, boundary treatments, drainage, access and parking (including alterations to existing recreation ground parking area south of 42 Cochrane Terrace). | Dinnington First School And Land To South Of 42 Cochrane Terrace Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JY
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Application Received Mon 18 Sep 2017
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Address Dinnington First School And Land To South Of 42 Cochrane Terrace Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JY
Proposal Demolition of existing school and provision of new school with all associated works including landscaping, boundary treatments, drainage, access and parking (including alterations to existing recreation ground parking area south of 42 Cochrane Terrace).
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Old October 24th, 2017, 07:45 PM   #90
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Cowells Garden Centre

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2017/0325/01/LDC | Lawful Development Certificate for existing use as retail (Class A1) | Cowells Garden Centre Main Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8BW
Reference 2017/0325/01/LDC
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Application Received Mon 27 Feb 2017
Application Validated Tue 07 Mar 2017
Address Cowells Garden Centre Main Road Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 8BW
Proposal Lawful Development Certificate for existing use as retail (Class A1)
Status Registered
https://publicaccessapplications.new...=OM1J7BBSGR000

Appears that the Garden Centre has traded as a shop for over 10 years without planning permission and are now applying for a grant.

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Status Registered
Appeal Status Appeal lodged 26th May 2017
Rather a strange appearance on the planning portal as:

Status Unknown
Decision Non-determination
Decision Issued Date Tue 24 Oct 2017


Nothing in the planning documents to indicate what decision, if any, has been taken?
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All welcome as former Newcastle United star reopens pub after an expensive rebranding

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All welcome as former Newcastle United star reopens pub after an expensive rebranding
David Whertstone 27 )October 2017


Wheatsheaf Farm, Woolsington

A popular North East pub is to reopen next week after an extensive refurbishment and former Newcastle United star Keith Gillespie will be doing the honours.

The ex-winger, who made 113 appearances for the Magpies from 1995-8, will declare The Wheatsheaf Farm – previously just The Wheatsheaf – open at 5pm on Monday.

“Everybody’s welcome,” said general manager Emma Mahoney who took on the imposing pub at Woolsington, near Ponteland , seven months ago to oversee its £1.3m transformation. Formerly one of Greene King’s Fayre & Square establishments, it will reopen under its Farmhouse Inns banner. “It’ll be totally different – you’ll probably need a map to find your way round,” joked Emma. But it looks beautiful and we’re very proud of it.”

Regular customers will see that the menus have changed and a carvery will now be an option (open from Monday to Friday, 11.30am to 8.30pm, and at weekends, 11am to 8.30pm).

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2017/1478/01/DET | Demolition of existing school and provision of new school with all associated works including landscaping, boundary treatments, drainage, access and parking (including alterations to existing recreation ground parking area south of 42 Cochrane Terrace). | Dinnington First School And Land To South Of 42 Cochrane Terrace Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JY
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Application Received Mon 18 Sep 2017
Application Validated Mon 02 Oct 2017
Address Dinnington First School And Land To South Of 42 Cochrane Terrace Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JY
Proposal Demolition of existing school and provision of new school with all associated works including landscaping, boundary treatments, drainage, access and parking (including alterations to existing recreation ground parking area south of 42 Cochrane Terrace).
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17/00554/SCR | Screening Opinion for demolition of existing school and provision of new school with all associated works including landscaping, boundary treatments, drainage, access and parking (including alterations to existing recreation ground parking area south of 42 Cochrane Terrace) and community use of school facilities | Dinnington First School And Land To South Of 42 Cochrane Terrace Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JY
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Application Validated Mon 30 Oct 2017
Address Dinnington First School And Land To South Of 42 Cochrane Terrace Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JY
Proposal Screening Opinion for demolition of existing school and provision of new school with all associated works including landscaping, boundary treatments, drainage, access and parking (including alterations to existing recreation ground parking area south of 42 Cochrane Terrace) and community use of school facilities
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2017/1478/01/DET | Demolition of existing school and provision of new school with all associated works including landscaping, boundary treatments, drainage, access and parking (including alterations to existing recreation ground parking area south of 42 Cochrane Terrace). | Dinnington First School And Land To South Of 42 Cochrane Terrace Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JY
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Address Dinnington First School And Land To South Of 42 Cochrane Terrace Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JY
Proposal Demolition of existing school and provision of new school with all associated works including landscaping, boundary treatments, drainage, access and parking (including alterations to existing recreation ground parking area south of 42 Cochrane Terrace).
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City Officers are recommending a conditional grant in their report to the forthcoming Planning Committee Meeting of 24th November 2017.
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17/00554/SCR | Screening Opinion for demolition of existing school and provision of new school with all associated works including landscaping, boundary treatments, drainage, access and parking (including alterations to existing recreation ground parking area south of 42 Cochrane Terrace) and community use of school facilities | Dinnington First School And Land To South Of 42 Cochrane Terrace Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JY
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Application Validated Mon 30 Oct 2017
Address Dinnington First School And Land To South Of 42 Cochrane Terrace Dinnington Newcastle upon Tyne NE13 7JY
Proposal Screening Opinion for demolition of existing school and provision of new school with all associated works including landscaping, boundary treatments, drainage, access and parking (including alterations to existing recreation ground parking area south of 42 Cochrane Terrace) and community use of school facilities
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Outcome of today's Planning Committee Meeting - Planning permission granted subject to conditions as set out in the report.
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